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Woody Funeral Home Huguenot Chapel

1020 Huguenot Road, Midlothian, VA

OBITUARY

Angela Seiler Hill

October 25, 1930February 3, 2020

Angela (‘Angie’) Hill, age 89, died Monday February 3, 2020. She grew up in Short Hills, New Jersey with her mother and stepfather, Anna Christie and Dudley Voorhees, and her father and stepmother, Marion “Bud” and Janet Seiler, in Fair Haven, New Jersey.

Angie (aka ‘Grammie) is survived by four children from her first marriage to Harlan Manweiler: Greg (and wife Carole) Manweiler, Christie (and husband Dick) Jones, Nancy (and husband Matt) Malone, and Dan (and wife Lynn) Manweiler. Together, they gifted her with 9 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. She married Robert (Bob) Hill (deceased) in 1976 and together, they enjoyed 43 passion-filled years of farming, sailing, traveling, ballroom dancing and socializing. They also enjoyed family time with her children and grandchildren, and with his son Gary and granddaughter, Rebecca Snyder.

Among Angie’s many passions was her lifelong love of sailing and she served as the first female commodore of the Rappahannock River Yacht Club. She was also a successful realtor, officer of the Midlothian Women’s Club and an experienced bridge player. She was actively involved in her church and other civic activities over the years and passionate about her family time, offering a ‘Grandkids Week’ every year for her grandchildren that served up countless memories of fun at the river. She always strived for family connectivity and founded an annual Christmas gathering that has become a family tradition. Her lively wit and passion for life will long be missed and remembered.

A service will be held for Angie on Saturday February 29, 2020 at 11 AM at Woody Funeral Home on Huguenot Road and Midlothian. In lieu of flowers, your gift to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated.

Services

29 February

Memorial Service

11:00 am - 11:45 am

Woody Funeral Home Huguenot Chapel

1020 Huguenot Road
Midlothian, VA 23113

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shirley dawes

February 20, 2020

My dear husband Frank and I had many wonderful times with Angie and Bob. They were fun to be with. She and Bob had many friends and continued to treat them to her gracious lovely dining room with another great meal. She was all about sharing with lots of fun and laughs included. Rest in piece my dear friends.
Love,
Shirley Dawes

Gail and Freddie McGhee

February 14, 2020

Dear Family,
Thank you Dan for calling us and letting us know about our friend Angie. We winter in Florida and would not have known until April, when we had planned a dinner or lunch together. I even have it written on my calendar so I would not forget. We made the plans after we talked when Bob passed away and we were so looking forward to seeing Angie.

Even though Angie was not born in the South, she was the most genteel "Southern Belle" I knew. She had the ability to make you feel you were the very best and that your friendship meant the world to her.

We had many good times with Angie and Bob. We danced together, cruised together, spent time in Florida together, at the Riva together and had many meals at each other's homes. You knew, before you even left to go, that a dinner at the Hill house was going to be a wonderful evening.

May sweet memories of a life well lived remain in your hearts forever. May God be with each of you and hold you close as you go through this difficult time.

Know that Angie was sad to leave each of you because you were the light of her life but also know that she is happy to be back with her beloved Bob.

In Christ...with our love,
Gail and Freddie McGhee

Jessica Seiler Sibayan

February 12, 2020

So sorry. I have very fond memories of our fun Aunt Angie. She was always warm, friendly and laughing; a joy to be around. I will cherish her spirit, the world will miss her. My sympathies to my cousins and their families.

SKIP SEILER

February 12, 2020

To my wonderful sister,
I miss you very very much and think of you often.
someday I promise we will meet again.

I love you my little sister.

love, skip

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Biography

Angela (‘Angie’) Hill, age 89, died Monday February 3, 2020. She grew up in Short Hills, New Jersey with her mother and stepfather, Anna Christie and Dudley Voorhees, and her father and stepmother, Marion “Bud” and Janet Seiler, in Fair Haven, New Jersey.

Angie (aka ‘Grammie) is survived by four children from her first marriage to Harlan Manweiler: Greg (and wife Carole) Manweiler, Christie (and husband Dick) Jones, Nancy (and husband Matt) Malone, and Dan (and wife Lynn) Manweiler. Together, they gifted her with 9 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. She married Robert (Bob) Hill (deceased) in 1976 and together, they enjoyed 43 passion-filled years of farming, sailing, traveling, ballroom dancing and socializing. They also enjoyed family time with her children and grandchildren, and with his son Gary and granddaughter, Rebecca Snyder.

Among Angie’s many passions was her lifelong love of sailing and she served as the first female commodore of the Rappahannock River Yacht Club. She was also a successful realtor, officer of the Midlothian Women’s Club and an experienced bridge player. She was actively involved in her church and other civic activities over the years and passionate about her family time, offering a ‘Grandkids Week’ every year for her grandchildren that served up countless memories of fun at the river. She always strived for family connectivity and founded an annual Christmas gathering that has become a family tradition. Her lively wit and passion for life will long be missed and remembered.

A service will be held for Angie on Saturday February 29, 2020 at 11 AM at Woodys Funeral Home on Huguenot Road and Midlothian. In lieu of flowers, your gift to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated.